Going Dry

A chlorine scrubber retrofit gives a Washington water treatment plant a safe and effective emergency system.
Going Dry
John Love, a Richland water treatment plant mechanic, bolts the 30 hp, 5,000 cfm blower into place.

Caustic leaks and the solution freezing every winter worried operators at the direct filtration Columbia River Water Treatment Plant in Richland, Wash.

A backup system of automatic valves on the chlorine cylinders met regulatory requirements, but the facility was storing 22 tons...

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